Hong Kong presence for luxury hotel brand

22 Sep 2005 by business traveller

Four Seasons has unveiled its latest hotel in Asia.

The luxury property, which opened this month, is located in Hong Kong. It is part of the International Financial Centre, a contemporary mixed-use development of shops, offices and apartments located at Central Waterfront, 23 minutes via the Airport Express train from Chek Lap Kok Airport.  

The Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is next to Four Seasons Place, the luxury offering from the brand that caters for long-stay guests.

The 399-room hotel has two restaurants: Caprice serves French cuisine and has been created by the team from the three-star Michelin restaurant in the Four Seasons George V in Paris; and Lung King Heen, which serves contemporary Cantonese food.

There is also a bar and lounge, plus a series of meeting rooms including two ballrooms that overlook Victoria Harbour and seven smaller rooms.

The spa has 18 treatment rooms, a vitality pool, crystal steam room, ice fountain and Finnish sauna. There is also an Executive Club floor where guests have harbour views and can access business and concierge service 24 hours a day.

Rates start from HK$3,200 (£230) for a Deluxe Peak View Room including breakfast for two, excluding tax and service. The hotel is the second of three Four Seasons properties opening in Asia. The Shanghai hotel is already operating and the Beijing property is under construction. For reservations contact 00 800 6488 6488 or visit

Report by Ginny McGrath

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